September 4, 2015 at 12:46 pm #13033
I am finding that users are receving the WP estore email download link for my free guide before receiving my email opt in from mailchimp. So noone signs up to my list. Also my mailchimp welcome email has a special link to the download after they opt in so I dont really require them to receive the WP estore email. I am using your squeeze page because I like the graphics form compared to mailchimp.
Is there a way to disable the squeeze form email being sent to customers so that they only receive the email from mailchimp? I have attached the free download report as a product in estore. Maybe removing the digital product disables the email being sent? Also 50% of the time the WP estore email arrives in the junk folder of the receipient
Thanks for your help in advanceSeptember 4, 2015 at 11:02 pm #71255wzpModerator
If all you want to do is collect an email address, to add to a MailChimp list, why not have Contact Form 7 (or your favorite form plugin) just add the email to the MailChimp list?September 5, 2015 at 8:39 am #71256
Sorry we are are trying to find a solution around the WP estore. Your answer has not dealt with my problem:
I want a fancy squeeze page display ie squeeze form template 2. but instead of using the wp store to send the email with download link, I just want the email capture sent to mailchimp.
To do this, do i just remove the download file from my wp store?September 5, 2015 at 1:28 pm #71257wzpModerator
To do this, do i just remove the download file from my wp store?
It won’t prevent an email from being sent.
There is a one line “tweak” that will prevent the squeeze form download email and link from being sent.
Open the “eStore_advanced_configs.php” file and search for the following line of code:
When you find it just replace it with the following:
define('WP_ESTORE_DO_NOT_SEND_EMAIL_FROM_SQUEEZE_FORM', '1');September 6, 2015 at 12:03 am #71258adminKeymaster
Another potential solution is to just EDIT the squeeze form email from the “Email Settings” menu of the plugin. Remove any email tag (that puts the download link in that email) from there. Just keep a very plain message that says something like “Thank you for submitting the form”.
This way it will behave like the following:
1) Users submit the squeeze form.
2) Everything happens as usual
3) The users get an email with a very simple message (there is not download link or anything).September 8, 2015 at 11:14 am #71259
Many thanks for your advice. I will try both methods.
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